Animals Without Limits

American Swedish non profit organisation

Category Archives: adopted

LEAH THE WARRIOR QUEEN

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Update on Leah after her surgery . The veterinarian team made the op and  got the fast growing tumour on her inner back legs away. (earlier post)

Amazing warrior Queen greeted me at the veterinarian door only a couple of hours after waking up. Think if we humans had the same capacity !

I want to show you how she looked like when I found her and after some time together with us. What an amazing difference. She has so much energy for being an senior, I hope I get the same kind of amount when I become a Senior 😉

Leah, I am super proud over you.

The Best Christmas News Ever

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 Just for a couple of days I posted Iris searching after a home. Christmas Eve, I had promised myself not to be on FB or checking my emails. Disappointed and frustrated I had to admit, it was darn hard not to check. I tried to comfort myself that I only had to check three times during the whole day.

Wow, what is happening to us!

However, I am so glad I did. The best Christmas news was laying there waiting for my approval.

A family in Stockholm, Sweden wanted to adopt Iris, would I say yes to them?

Amazing news….Iris is out from the horrible shelter and now in a foster home, the mom that rescued her ones.

That’s Amore Iris!

GREETINGS FROM FORMER RESCUED DOG VASILI

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 The best part of rescuing dogs is of course when we get greetings from our former rescued dogs.
Vasili was found in a shelter very sick. Our Hospice brought him out and started working with him. He was a sweet heart…and he is an even bigger sweet heart now. A wonderful family in Northern Italy adopted him.
We couldn’t be more happy. And, we know he is the happiest boy!

That’s Amore!

THAT’S WHY

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 Good Luck little one with a new chapter in your new life. We are so exited.

 Minnie was a Puppy Mill breeding dog. For years she was producing puppies and living in horrible conditions. When found she was a depressed, only 5 kg and very sick. For 10 years had she been a machine. When she became “to old” they threw her out in a garden together with a big puppy that was bothering her the whole time.
We found her and brought her into our Hospice. Slowly, with the right food, veterinarian care, surgery and love, she trusted us and was so loving, and funny.

It was bittersweet to let her go, but our work was done….now a new chapter started with only love in it. Minnie is now together with her own new family up in Northern Italy that only want to love her, and receive love back.

That’s Amore Little One!

UPDATE MOZART`~ HIS NEW LIFE

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 Remember Mozart? If not, you have to re-read  CLICK HERE this older blog story before you continue looking at these lovely pictures. We AWL are so happy we could make a big difference…to save a life, together with his former owners.

 Anna, the adopter, is from Rome, working as a journalist for a newspaper She had a dachshund, that died some time ago. Her boyfriend is a veterinarian and he has a small female dog. Mozart and her are best friends.

Thank you Patrizia and Serena from St Francesco Roma — with Barbarann with family -drivers, Davina the former family and Martina and Mia AWL for not giving up HOPE.
That’s Amore!

RESCUED IN ITALY, RESTING IN GERMANY LEAVING FOR SWEDEN

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Gaby our sweet-heart that we have posted about several times is now finally going to her furever home in Sweden.
She was rescued in Italy by Martina and Pio, stayed at the hospice, brought up by Mia to Germany and now we found the perfect home for her. She is going to Sweden!

I know the new ‘mom’ and her extra “mom” and know it couldn’t be better. Gabelino will will have a wonderful, fantastic, creative and lovely spoiled life.

When they met, we will post lovely pictures, we promise. Only wanted to share the good news!

That’s Amore!

SUNDAY ROSE OUR MIRACLE DOG

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You have been able to read about Sunday Rose from earlier blog entries. Rescued from a water field ditch, with borelia, leichaminiosis, and underweight.

She was close to death. when Dr April found her and took her in to her clinic. Treatment started and AWL answered on her request for help, our Hospice stepped in.
We loved her this little bird looking dog, we continued medication and gave her good nutrition food
To our great news she is now with a lovely lady who adopts dogs with disabilities. Rosie is now living in Northern Italy living her dream life. Rosie is blind but finds her way around the house brilliant. This is Amore!